Celebrating faculty’s book publishing

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Celebrating faculty’s book publishing

Congratulations to Dr. John Stackhouse and Dr. Stephen Dempster on publishing books this year! Dr. John Stackhouse’s book Why You’re Here, is about how Christians are often told either to take over the world in God’s name or to withdraw into faithful sanctuaries of counter-cultural witness. John Stackhouse offers a concise, vivid, and practical alternative based […]

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Giving Tuesday supports Crandall wellness initiatives

THANK YOU to all who supported the Crandall Giving Tuesday project! Together we raised over $2,929.50! All funds raised will go towards our crucial wellness initiatives such as counseling services, physio for our athletes and chapel events. These services help support students’ mental, physical and spiritual health, and we thank you for the support.  

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Business Administration Alumni Successfully Complete CFE

The Crandall University Faculty of Business Administration today announced that three alumni of its Bachelor of Business Administration degree have successfully completed the Common Final Examination (CFE) for CPA Canada.  The CFE is an intensive, three day professional examination which must be completed by those seeking the CPA designation.  According to CPA Canada, the exam […]

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Over 140 attendees at annual Open House

On Saturday, November 18th, Crandall University held their annual Open House with over 140 students and parents in attendance! Crandall’s Open House is an admissions event that allows students in high school to visit the Crandall campus, tour the facilities, meet with faculty. Students in grade 12 can apply on-the-spot, with the application fee waved! […]

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ClayStone students visit the Maliseet First Nations community in Tobique, NB

During the week of November 6, 2017, a group of Crandall University students were hosted for a series of events led by several Elders from the Maliseet First Nations community in Tobique, NB. While learning about the Maliseet culture, these students enjoyed a traditional meal, a trip to some sacred mounds and a special blanket […]

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ClayStone program appoints new Director & Assistant Director

It is with excitement that Crandall University announces the appointment of Dale and Twila Stairs in their new roles with our ClayStone program. Dale will serve as the Director of ClayStone starting July 1, 2018 and Twila will serve as the ClayStone Assistant Director from August 2018 to April 2019. The Program involves a year-long […]

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Crandall Athletes and Coach awarded at Soccer ACAA Championship

Crandall soccer athletes were recognized this evening at the 2017 ACAA Soccer Athletics banquet, hosted in Saint John. Both men and women soccer teams experienced excellent seasons, seeing record wins and showcasing exceptional athletic talent. Although all athletes are to be commended for their efforts, five Crandall soccer players were recognized at the banquet for […]

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Long-serving French professor successfully defends PhD

In September, our long-serving part-time professor of French, Karen Spracklin, successfully defended her doctoral thesis in Linguistics at the Université de Moncton. Entitled Outiller l’immersion française pour l’enseignement explicite du vocabulaire, Dr. Spracklin’s thesis research developed and tested a new approach to vocabulary instruction and acquisition among French Immersion students. The linguistic model produced exciting initial […]

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Crandall’s newest professor successfully defends PhD

One of Crandall University’s newest professors successfully defended his PhD dissertation at the end of this summer. Keith Grant, who teaches North American history, completed his doctorate at the University of New Brunswick, with an external examiner from Queen’s University. The dissertation, entitled, “Enthusiasm and Loyalty: Emotions, Religion, and Society in British North America,” was […]

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Tradition of Fall Foliage Day continues in new location

What a beautiful day to spend in the great outdoors! This year’s annual Fall Foliage Day was spent at the Hopewell Rocks, just a 40 minute drive from campus. With over 120 students in attendance, as well as many staff and faculty, this year’s Fall Foliage day was one to remember. With two full buses, […]

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